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Pacific Defense Secures Spot on Potential $900M AFLCMC/XA Support Contract

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Pacific Defense Secures Spot on Potential $900M AFLCMC/XA Support Contract

The U.S. Air Force has awarded Pacific Defense Strategies a spot on a potential $900 million contract to support the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Architecture and Integration Directorate.

Under the multiple-award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, Pacific Defense will compete for task orders that will help AFLCMC/XA secure multi-domain systems and new technologies. The IDIQ has three categories, namely development planning, systems development and synthetic environment development. Pacific Defense can compete for task orders in all categories.

The AFLCMC directorate aims to bring new technologies to warfighters through extensive studies, rapid development and recurrent demonstrations while launching high-confidence programs, Pacific Defense said.

The Air Force award follows two other contract wins the company secured in 2022.

In December, the Air Force Research Laboratory awarded Pacific Defense a two-year contract to deliver prototypes for the Moonraker space sensor. Moonraker uses a modular open systems approach to deliver situational awareness capabilities in cislunar space.

In October the U.S. Marine Corps tasked Pacific Defense to supply SX-3000 C5ISR/Electronic Warfare Modular Open Suite of Standards Mounted Form Factor hardware for the Marine Air-Ground Task Force Electronic Warfare Ground of Family Systems. The SX-3000 will support a system designed to counter improvised explosives and unmanned aerial surveillance threats using electromagnetic spectrum technology.

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